WOREC is a Human Rights Organization, persistently working for the protection and promotion of Human Right in Nepal since its establishment in 1991. WOREC is continuously advocating for peace and social justice through promotion of human rights, democracy and elimination of all kinds of violence, particularly, violence against women. WOREC has been working as a pool between people in the community to the policy making level and creating space to raise the voices of unheard and marginalized groups to be heard. The peace project is being implemented by WOREC Nepal in support of MISEREOR Germany.
Elimination of Impunity.
Develop Culture of Non-violence.
To ensure sustainable peace and democracy by facilitating the empowerment of youth, women and marginalized community.
To ensure justice and rights of women and marginalized group/ community through advocacy.
To protect and promote human rights through capacity building of youth, women and human right defenders.
To create pressure for the peace and democratic constitution through campaigns by youth and women leadership.
To create favorable environment through capacity building of community and district level networks, groups and committees creating favorable environment for transitional justice.
Working approaches and strategies:
Dual Approach Strategy:
i. Services to the deprived
ii. Victimhood to Agency.
Services: The services approach focuses on community level.
Right Based Approach
Concept of Victimhood to Agency
Advocacy: Focuses on policy analysis and advocacy for change.
Knowledge Generation and Dissemination.
Bottom-Up Approach Advocacy
Areas of Intervention
We work with Survivors of Conflict and Violence, Youths, Women, Marginalized communities, collaborators: Networks, Federations, and Groups, other non-governmental and governmental institutions and agencies.
Areas of Advocacy:
Inclusive and gender friendly constitution.
Transitional Justice and Reparation.
More gender sensitive attitude/behavior and policies.
Right to live with dignity and peace.
More positive provisions for the marginalized towards the implementation of existing laws policy and action plans to promote human rights.
Positive attitude towards revision on gaps in the existing laws and formation of new laws to address the issue of human rights.
Sensitization and Awareness Raising
IEC materials dissemination.
Capacity Building and empowerment:
Case Documentation and Case Work:
Data Analysis and Dissemination for advocacy
Necessary Legal Support.
Access to support and justice:
Lobby and Advocacy for empowerment for survivors of violence
Networking and Partnership:
Collective works for protection and promotion of Human Rights
Promotion of Peace and Democracy
Lobby and Advocacy
Lobby and Advocacy:
Pressure campaigns for inclusive and gender friendly constitution.
Regional and National Consultations
Workshops and Conferences
Interaction Programs and Public Hearings
Innovative and creative non-violence means of demonstrations and protests.
Submission of petitions and memorandums to concerned people and policymaking level.
Engagement with UN Special Rapporteurs.
The increased visibility of women rights activists through collective participation at national and international level and success to make women’s identity through political institutions.
The strengthened movement for social justice through capacity enhancement of community stakeholders including Human Right Defenders, Women Human Right Defenders and Youths.
Trust building and reliability of community people; women, youths and marginalized community through service, sensitivity and engagement to advocacy for social justice.
A space created for the survivors to share their problems.
Highlighted situation of human right issues through various research publications and case documented and the use of these publications by several governmental and non-governmental organizations including UN agencies in Nepal.